Jonah Hill poked fun at an ex-girlfriend while picking up GQ magazine's International Man of the Year honour in London on Tuesday night (02Sep14).
The Wolf of Wall Street star took aim at his sixth grade love while accepting the style trophy from Bradley Cooper. Hill said, "Emily, my first girlfriend... You broke my heart and left it shattered. It was really sad. I know you were young and love is wild and you grow apart, but I'm GQ International Man of the f**king Year!"
The twice Oscar-nominated star joined Colin Firth, Liam Neeson, Pharrell Williams, Van Morrison, New Order, new Doctor Who Peter Capaldi, racing driver Lewis Hamilton and Paulo Nutini among the big style winners, while Johnny Depp presented punk veteran Iggy Pop with GQ's Icon Award at the Royal Opera House.
And the women weren't left out - Kim Kardashian West, who was joined on the red carpet by her husband Kanye West, picked up the Woman of the Year prize and stunned in a custom-designed haute couture Ralph & Russo gown. Reminding the world her full name is now Kim Kardashian West, the reality TV star said, "I want to thank GQ for making me Woman of the Year, and my husband for making me feel like woman of the year every day."
Among those handing over the top prizes at the ceremony Lindsay Lohan, Bradley Cooper, Gerard Butler, Rita Ora, Cara Delevingne, Daisy Lowe, Bob Geldof, Pippa Middleton and author E.L. James, who presented her Fifty Shades of Grey star Jamie Dornan with a Breakthrough Award.
The full list of GQ Men of the Year Award winners is:
Comedian of the Year: John Bishop
Editor’s Special Award: Liam Neeson
Chef of the Year: Tom Kerridge
Designer of the Year: Christopher Bailey
International Man of the Year: Jonah Hill
Writer of the Year: Michael Lewis
Philanthropist of the Year: Tony Blair
Breakthrough Fashion Designers of the Year: Agi and Sam
TV Personality of the Year: Peter Capaldi
Innovator Award: Ewan Venters
Inspiration Award: New Order Hugo Boss
Most Stylish Man: Douglas Booth
Sportsman: Lewis Hamilton
Actor of the Year: Benedict Cumberbatch
Entrepreneur of the Year: Andre Balazs
Special Achievement: Paolo Nutini
Vertu Breakthrough Award: Jamie Dornan
Legend Award: Van Morrison
Solo Artist of the Year: Pharrell Williams
Leading Man of the Year: Colin Firth
Humanitarian of the Year: Ringo Starr
Woman of the Year: Kim Kardashian West
Icon Award: Iggy Pop
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If a film called The Martian is looking for a director, it only makes sense to run to the man behind Alien. Ridley Scott is in talks to helm the Matt Damon film now that Drew Goddard has left the project to direct the Amazing Spider-Man spinoff Sinister Six. Based on the book by Andy Weir, the story follows an astronaut who is stranded on a Martian colony and must survive until NASA can mount a rescue mission. The Martian marks a significant turning point in Damon’s career: his first stranded-somewhere-all-by-himself movie.
A longtime staple of the thriller genre, almost every big star in Hollywood has made a film in which they must survive on their own in the wilderness, outer space or a confined space, often to great acclaim. In honor of Damon’s first foray into the genre – which, thanks to the involvement of two Oscar winners is already receiving some awards speculation, despite it still being in the early stages of production - we’ve rounded up some of the most famous stranded-alone films and how things worked out for their stars. Awards-wise, we mean. They're all relatively straightforward, plot-wise.
Movie: GravityStar: Sandra BullockWhere She Was Stranded: Outer SpaceWith: George Clooney, for a short whileHow It Worked Out: The film was nominated for ten Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Actress and won seven of them, including Best Director for Alfonso Cuaron
Movie: Cast Away Star: Tom HanksWhere He Was Stranded: A deserted islandWith: A volleyball named WilsonHow It Worked Out: Hanks was nominated for a Best Actor Oscar
Movie: BuriedStar: Ryan ReynoldsWhere He Was Stranded: Buried alive in a coffin that's slowly losing airWith: Close-upsHow It Worked Out: No Oscar nominations, although it did earn Reynolds some of the best reviews of his career
Movie: 127 HoursStar: James FrancoWhere He Was Stranded: In a narrow canyon, with his arm trapped by a boulderWith: A video cameraHow It Worked Out: It was nominated for six Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Actor, and was the basis for an endless stream of jokes about Franco's career
Movie: MoonStar: Sam RockwellWhere He Was Stranded: In a spacecraft orbiting the moonWith: An awkward teenaged water park visitor who just needs some confidence... oh, wait, that was a different movieHow It Worked Out: Was nominated for two BAFTA awards, and won for Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer for director Duncan Jones
Movie: Panic RoomStars: Jodie FosterWhere They Were Stranded: A panic room in their home as robbers attempt to force them outWith: Her diabetic daughter Kristen StewartHow It Worked Out: No major awards, but it did get very good reviews
Movie: Man on a LedgeStar: Sam WorthingtonWhere He Was Stranded: On the window ledge of a 21st floor hotel roomWith: A lot of press attentionHow It Worked Out: It got mostly negative reviews and everyone promptly forgot about it
Movie: Phone BoothStar: Colin FarrellWhere He Was Stranded: In a phone boothWith: A remarkably poor conversationalist on the other lineHow It Worked Out: No awards, but generally positive reviews
Movie: Life of PiStar: Suraj SharmaWhere He Was Stranded: On a lifeboat in the middle of the ocean With: A tiger named Richard ParkerHow It Worked Out: The film was nominated for 11 Oscars and won 4, including Best Director for Ang Lee
Movie: Snow DogsStar: Cuba Gooding Jr.Where He Was Stranded: In a cave out in the Arctic With: A pack of lovable huskiesHow It Worked Out: The less said about this one, the better
A semi-professional Colin Farrell impersonator has become embroiled in a bar tab row after a venue's staff mistook him for the actor. James Martin was offered VIP treatment at the Upper West club in Chelsea, London by employees who apparently believed he was the Phone Booth star.
Once it emerged Martin was not the Irish actor an argument ensued, with staff demanding he pay off an alleged $4,800 (£3,000) bar bill.
Upper West owner Alex Nall-Cain tells Britain's Mail on Sunday, "All hell let loose when we realised Colin was in fact a lookalike. This imposter took advantage and ran up a bill of over £3,000... it was disgusting behaviour."
Martin insists he did not drink while at the club and was unaware he had been mistaken for the Hollywood star.
He says, "The only victim was me for going there and looking a bit like Colin."
Irish actor Colin Farrell was terrified the first time he made love completely sober, because he was so used to having seedy sex in an alcohol and drug-induced haze. The Phone Booth star, 37, overcame his addiction issues after a stint in rehab in 2005, and he admits it took him a while to fully adjust to a clean-living lifestyle.
He tells Elle magazine, "I made love to a woman about two-and-a-half years after I got clean, and it was one of the most terrifying moments of my life.
"It was in the afternoon. The windows and the curtains were open. It was lovely, and to be crass, it wasn't f**king. She was very gentle. But it was terrifying. Because I was just used to drunkenness and dark rooms and clubs and toilets and wherever."
But Farrell claims his performance in the bedroom wasn't his only worry: "I worried I wouldn't be able to talk, full stop (period). I hadn't uttered a word sober in about 15 years."
Irish actor Colin Farrell was moved to tears while watching his film Saving Mr. Banks. The Phone Booth actor stars alongside Emma Thompson and Tom Hanks in the movie about how Disney classic Mary Poppins was adapted for the big screen.
Farrell says Thompson's performance as Mary Poppins author P. L. Travers was so moving that he could not help shedding a tear when he watched a screening of the movie.
After BBC Radio 1 presenter Nick Grimshaw revealed he cried while watching the film, Farrell confessed, "I did too and I'm in it, so how pathetic is that? I think Emma Thompson just rips you from one side of the room to the other emotionally; there's something particularly raw about what she does in this."
Actor Colin Farrell will be spending his first Christmas away from his native Ireland after deciding to invite all of his family to celebrate in Los Angeles instead. The Phone Booth star reveals his mother, Rita, recently wed and she and his new stepfather, Joe, wanted to experience the holidays abroad for a change.
He explains, "Usually (I go home to Ireland), not this year, it'll be the first because mum's gonna be here with Joe... It'll be the first (Christmas in Los Angeles). There'll be about 14 (people) over at my house..."
However, Farrell admits waking up to sun instead of the usual chilly wind and snow on Christmas Day will be a "bit weird", adding, "It's a great time of year, the two weeks around Christmas, I'll miss (spending) it (in Ireland) this year, I must say."
And the father-of-two confesses this Christmas will be a lot less raucous than previous holidays, now that he's clean and sober: "It's not as loud, it's not as chaotic, but I do have more fun now, genuinely, and I can be there for certain people in my life in a way that I couldn't be there before."
Irish actor Colin Farrell has a new stepfather in his life after his mother found love again in her 70s. The Phone Booth star reveals his mum Rita is a newlywed after deciding to tie the knot with a man called Joe following a whirlwind romance.
He tells U.S. talk show host Jimmy Kimmel, "She found herself a really good man... They got married six months ago.
"We threw her a wedding. A wedding was thrown in the back garden, so it wasn't very far...
"(They took) the fast track to love. They met... a little over a year ago, and they lived in sin for six months (before marrying)."
Farrell insists he has nothing but love for the new addition to his family, but he couldn't help but have a little fun with the 74 year old before giving Rita and Joe his seal of approval.
The 37 year old says, "I met him and vetted him and asked him what his intentions were... what his future was looking like... we've all got a future! He's a wonderful, wonderful man."
Rita was previously married to the actor's father, Irish soccer player Eamon Farrell.
Irish actor Colin Farrell had a scary run-in with a fan who showed up at his door, hoping to meet him, on Saturday (16Nov13). The Phone Booth star called police after the unarmed man entered onto his Los Angeles property.
The fan was reportedly taken into custody for an involuntary mental evaluation, also known as a 5150 psychiatric hold, following the encounter.
Police have not released the man's name, but editors at TMZ.com report he is not a U.S. citizen.
Farrell brushed off the scare to attend the Governors Awards with his sister, Claudine, on Saturday night, according to GossipCop.com.
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On the morning of Wednesday, Sept. 11, Prince Harry took part in a trade for the BGC Partners Charity Day at Canary Wharf in London — an event in memory of those who died during the attacks on the World Trade Center 12 years ago. Harry, realizing the gravitas associated with such an event, made the above face.
Way to go, Harry.
Now that we know that Harry is capable of finding the most appropriate, tactful reaction to any significant phone call that may come his way, we thought we'd test him out with the most heart-wrenching telephonic moments from pop culture — in GIFs, of course.
When Rick Grimes discovered he was talking to his dead wife, Harry was all:Via
As Sam Baldwin sought solace following a broken heart, Harry just:Via
It was the last night of Casey Becker's life and Harry was just like:Via
Harry definitely knows who A is...Via
And Harry knows that Peggy is no Pizza House.Via
When Captain Kirk gets really, really, angry, Harry is all: Via
Harry ain't Jesse, Mr. White!Via
Colin Farrell is hostage in a phone booth, waxing poetic on the perils of trust, and Harry just:Via
Harry's fairly certain Alexis has the wrong number. Via
And he won't take s**t from nobody — not even Regina George. Via
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Irish actor Colin Farrell refuses to own a gun over fears it could land him in trouble if he started drinking again. The Phone Booth star's latest movie, Dead Man Down, culminates in a bloody shootout and the actor admits his gun-toting character prompted him to consider the issue of firearms ownership.
Farrell has been sober for seven years after battling drug and alcohol abuse, but is convinced a relapse could be very dangerous if he owned a gun.
He tells Britain's Daily Mail, "I don't want one. I wouldn't trust myself to have a gun. What if I got drunk again? What if I got my heart broken and I go crazy for a bit, or, even worse, what if I forget to lock my gun away somewhere and someone has an accident? I forget my car keys all the time, so why not that?
"Americans say, 'Oh but it's our constitutional right, we're all grown-ups, give us guns,' well, don't give me a gun, because I'm a human being."
Farrell's native Ireland has some of the strictest gun laws in Europe, but the actor now lives in the U.S.